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Posted 22 September 2018 - 07:18 PM

Modern food ingredients that will affect changes in the food safety systems
 
Start Time: 11.45 a.m. London, 6.45 a.m. New York
 
Vladimir Surcinski, Food Safety Expert, Auditor and Trainer, IFSQN
 
Food industry and retailers are bringing each year new ingredients as parts of food products or on our table. We as consumers are also demanding new tastes, new shapes of food, way of preparation etc. All of this changes and demands have strong connection with the food safety as basic demands of delivering modern ingredients to people across the world.  For the food industry, use of ingredients like fresh flowers, algae, superfoods like goji, chia seeds, processes like ""sous vide"" brings food safety systems to a challenge.  In this session we will discuss these challenges, modern ingredients and improvements of food safety system that will follow. 
 

 


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